Our fish stocks are important to us and we have to look after them so they can grow on and hopefully provide good sport each year. It is important to have the correct equipment for the type of fishing you intend to do. We do not like seeing fish dead in the lake attached to totally unsafe rigs. Rigs should always be of appropriate strength and ensure that a fish never becomes tethered. Our bailiffs may ask to inspect your rigs if they feel they may be inappropriate. Please do not be offended if asked. They will offer advice and assist you so you can fish safely on our waters (or other venues).
Our bailiffs will be watching you and may also ask to inspect terminal tackle and check whether you have the correct
equipment to ensure the safe capture and release of our fish.
We have a good stock of carp in our waters and aim to protect and look after these fish. The waters will all vary in difficulty and some are more productive than others. However, if you are prepared to put in the effort then it has been proven that you could well beat your own personal best catch on one of our waters.
Please note: Sacking of fish is not allowed under any circumstance and any members found doing so will be banned. Please ensure you are familiar with the rules.